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Sab’r & Justice.

Have SAB’R in seeking for Justice. If you have no way of having it through the Law (Constitution) then leave it to Allah (s.w.t) and trust Him. Because remember, ALLAH (s.w.t) is Al’ Adul (the JUST). You might not have it Right now and it might not be the way you want it to have it but surely, ALLAH (s.w.t) is Al’ Hakeym (the WISE) and Al’ Hakam (the JUDGE).






Grey’s Anatomy Season 9: episode 24! conducting surgeries during a blackout.. that’s just freaking awesome! :D :D :D







Say hello to my #sisterhood during the review. :D they made my stay-in far more enjoyable.. #memories

Say hello to my #sisterhood during the review. :D they made my stay-in far more enjoyable.. #memories





My tita Feng-feng! Haha our head sa #kalokohan & #tawanan.. #1 visitor sa room upang manggulo. Haha #gwiyomi #gwiyomi

My tita Feng-feng! Haha our head sa #kalokohan & #tawanan.. #1 visitor sa room upang manggulo. Haha #gwiyomi #gwiyomi




Quote Post Sun, Aug. 11, 2013 2,228 notes

“There are people who may not appear to be the most religious but their struggle to gain the love of their Maker is far greater than those who may appear to be very religious.”


Mufti Ismail Menk (via rsvnr)

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Photo Post Fri, Jul. 05, 2013 20 notes

sevenineleven:


ASSALAMUALAIKUM WARAHAMTHULAHI WABARAKATUHU 
All my dear brothers and sisters, do read this real story, it might be long but please read with patience…..
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"This story was recounted by Prof. Khalid Al-Jubeir, consulting cardiovascular surgeon, in one of his lectures: "
•►Once I operated on a two and a half year old child. It was Tuesday, and on Wednesday the child was in good health. On Thursday at 11:15 am - and I’ll never forget the time because of the shock I experienced - one of the nurses informed me that the heart and breathing of the child had stopped. I hurried to the child and performed cardiac massage for 45 minutes and during that entire time the heart would not work.
•►Then, ALLAH decreed for the heart to resume function and we thanked HIM. I went to inform the child’s family about his condition. As you know, it is very difficult to inform the patient’s family about his condition when it’s bad. This is one of the most difficult situations a doctor is subjected to but it is necessary. So I looked for the child’s father whom I couldn’t find. Then I found his mother. I told her that the child’s cardiac arrest was due to bleeding in his throat; we don’t know the cause of this bleeding and fear that his brain is dead. So how do you think she responded? Did she cry? Did she blame me? No, nothing of the sort. Instead, she said “Alhamdulillah” (All Praise is due to ALLAH) and left me.
•►After 10 days, the child started moving. We thanked ALLAH and were happy that his brain condition was reasonable. After 12 days, the heart stopped again because of the same bleeding. We performed another cardiac massage for 45 minutes but this time his heart didn’t respond. I told his mother that there was no hope. So she said: “Alhamdulillah. O ALLAH, if there is good in his recovery, then cure him, O my Lord.”
•►With the grace of ALLAH, his heart started functioning again. He suffered six similar cardiac arrests till a trachea specialist was able to stop the bleeding and the heart started working properly. Now, three and a half months had passed and the child was recovering but did not move. Then just as he started moving, he was afflicted with a very large and strange pus-filled abscess in his head, the likes of which I had never seen. I informed his mother of the serious development. She said “Alhamdulillah” and left me.
•►We immediately turned him over to the surgical unit that deals with the brain and nervous system and they took over his treatment. Three weeks later, the boy recovered from this abscess but was still not moving. Two weeks pass and he suffers from a strange blood poisoning and his temperature reaches 41.2°C (106°F). I again informed his mother of the serious development and she said with patience and certainty: “Alhamdulillah. O ALLAH, if there is good in his recovery, then cure him.”
•►After seeing his mother who was with her child at Bed#5, I went to see another child at Bed#6. I found that child’s mother crying and screaming, “Doctor! Doctor! Do something! The boy’s temperature reached 37.6°C (99.68°F)! He’s going to die! He’s going to die!” I said with surprise, “Look at the mother of that child in Bed#5. Her child’s fever is over 41°C (106°F), yet she is patient and praises ALLAH.” So she replied: “That woman isn’t conscious and has no senses”. At that point, I remembered the great Hadith of the Prophet (Sallallaahu Alaihi Wa Sallam): “Blessed are the strangers.” Just two words. but indeed two words that shake a nation! In 23 years of hospital service, I have never seen the likes of this patient sister. We continued to care for him. Now, six and a half months have passed and the boy finally came out of the recovery unit - not talking, not seeing, not hearing, not moving, not smiling, and with an open chest in which you can see his beating heart. The mother changed the dressing regularly and remained patient and hopeful. Do you know what happened after that? Before I inform you, what do you think are the prospects of a child who has passed through all these dangers, agonies, and diseases? And what do you expect this patient mother to do whose child is at the brink of the grave and who is unable to do anything except supplicate and beseech ALLAH? Do you know what happened two and a half months later? The boy was completely cured by the mercy of ALLAH and as a reward for this pious mother. He now races his mother with his feet as if nothing happened and he became sound and healthy as he was before.
•►The story doesn’t end here. This is not what moved me and brought tears to my eyes. What filled my eyes with tears is what follows:
•►One and a half years after the child left the hospital, one of the brothers from the Operations Unit informed me that a man, his wife and two children wanted to see me. I asked who they were and he replied that he didn’t know them. So I went to see them, and I found the parents of the same child whom I operated upon. He was now five years old and like a flower in good health - as if nothing happened to him. With them also was a four-month old newborn. I welcomed them kindly and then jokingly asked the father whether the newborn was the 13th or 14th child. He looked at me with an astonishing smile as if he pitied me. He then said, “This is the second child, and the child upon whom you operated is our first born, bestowed upon us after 17 years of infertility. And after being granted that child, he was afflicted with the conditions that you’ve seen.”
•►At hearing this, I couldn’t control myself and my eyes filled with tears. I then involuntarily grabbed the man by the arm, and pulling him to my room, asked him about his wife: “Who is this wife of yours who after 17 years of infertility has this much patience with all the fatal conditions that afflict her first born?! Her heart cannot be barren! It must be fertile with Imaan!
•►”Do you know what he said? Listen carefully my dear brothers and sisters. He said, “I was married to this woman for 19 years and for all these years she has never missed the [late] night prayers except due to an authorized excuse. I have never witnessed her backbiting, gossiping, or lying. Whenever I leave home or return, she opens the door, supplicates for me, and receives me hospitably. And in everything she does, she demonstrates the utmost love, care, courtesy, and compassion.
•►” The man completed by saying, “Indeed, doctor, because of all the noble manners and affection with which she treats me, I’m shy to lift up my eyes and look at her. So I said to him: “And the likes of her truly deserve that from you.”

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sevenineleven:

ASSALAMUALAIKUM WARAHAMTHULAHI WABARAKATUHU 

All my dear brothers and sisters, do read this real story, it might be long but please read with patience…..

<3 <3 <3 BE A WIFE LIKE THIS <3 <3 <3

"This story was recounted by Prof. Khalid Al-Jubeir, consulting cardiovascular surgeon, in one of his lectures: "

•►Once I operated on a two and a half year old child. It was Tuesday, and on Wednesday the child was in good health. On Thursday at 11:15 am - and I’ll never forget the time because of the shock I experienced - one of the nurses informed me that the heart and breathing of the child had stopped. I hurried to the child and performed cardiac massage for 45 minutes and during that entire time the heart would not work.

•►Then, ALLAH decreed for the heart to resume function and we thanked HIM. I went to inform the child’s family about his condition. As you know, it is very difficult to inform the patient’s family about his condition when it’s bad. This is one of the most difficult situations a doctor is subjected to but it is necessary. So I looked for the child’s father whom I couldn’t find. Then I found his mother. I told her that the child’s cardiac arrest was due to bleeding in his throat; we don’t know the cause of this bleeding and fear that his brain is dead. So how do you think she responded? Did she cry? Did she blame me? No, nothing of the sort. Instead, she said “Alhamdulillah” (All Praise is due to ALLAH) and left me.

•►After 10 days, the child started moving. We thanked ALLAH and were happy that his brain condition was reasonable. After 12 days, the heart stopped again because of the same bleeding. We performed another cardiac massage for 45 minutes but this time his heart didn’t respond. I told his mother that there was no hope. So she said: “Alhamdulillah. O ALLAH, if there is good in his recovery, then cure him, O my Lord.”

•►With the grace of ALLAH, his heart started functioning again. He suffered six similar cardiac arrests till a trachea specialist was able to stop the bleeding and the heart started working properly. Now, three and a half months had passed and the child was recovering but did not move. Then just as he started moving, he was afflicted with a very large and strange pus-filled abscess in his head, the likes of which I had never seen. I informed his mother of the serious development. She said “Alhamdulillah” and left me.

•►We immediately turned him over to the surgical unit that deals with the brain and nervous system and they took over his treatment. Three weeks later, the boy recovered from this abscess but was still not moving. Two weeks pass and he suffers from a strange blood poisoning and his temperature reaches 41.2°C (106°F). I again informed his mother of the serious development and she said with patience and certainty: “Alhamdulillah. O ALLAH, if there is good in his recovery, then cure him.”

•►After seeing his mother who was with her child at Bed#5, I went to see another child at Bed#6. I found that child’s mother crying and screaming, “Doctor! Doctor! Do something! The boy’s temperature reached 37.6°C (99.68°F)! He’s going to die! He’s going to die!” I said with surprise, “Look at the mother of that child in Bed#5. Her child’s fever is over 41°C (106°F), yet she is patient and praises ALLAH.” So she replied: “That woman isn’t conscious and has no senses”. At that point, I remembered the great Hadith of the Prophet (Sallallaahu Alaihi Wa Sallam): “Blessed are the strangers.” Just two words. but indeed two words that shake a nation! In 23 years of hospital service, I have never seen the likes of this patient sister. We continued to care for him. Now, six and a half months have passed and the boy finally came out of the recovery unit - not talking, not seeing, not hearing, not moving, not smiling, and with an open chest in which you can see his beating heart. The mother changed the dressing regularly and remained patient and hopeful. Do you know what happened after that? Before I inform you, what do you think are the prospects of a child who has passed through all these dangers, agonies, and diseases? And what do you expect this patient mother to do whose child is at the brink of the grave and who is unable to do anything except supplicate and beseech ALLAH? Do you know what happened two and a half months later? The boy was completely cured by the mercy of ALLAH and as a reward for this pious mother. He now races his mother with his feet as if nothing happened and he became sound and healthy as he was before.

•►The story doesn’t end here. This is not what moved me and brought tears to my eyes. What filled my eyes with tears is what follows:

•►One and a half years after the child left the hospital, one of the brothers from the Operations Unit informed me that a man, his wife and two children wanted to see me. I asked who they were and he replied that he didn’t know them. So I went to see them, and I found the parents of the same child whom I operated upon. He was now five years old and like a flower in good health - as if nothing happened to him. With them also was a four-month old newborn. I welcomed them kindly and then jokingly asked the father whether the newborn was the 13th or 14th child. He looked at me with an astonishing smile as if he pitied me. He then said, “This is the second child, and the child upon whom you operated is our first born, bestowed upon us after 17 years of infertility. And after being granted that child, he was afflicted with the conditions that you’ve seen.”

•►At hearing this, I couldn’t control myself and my eyes filled with tears. I then involuntarily grabbed the man by the arm, and pulling him to my room, asked him about his wife: “Who is this wife of yours who after 17 years of infertility has this much patience with all the fatal conditions that afflict her first born?! Her heart cannot be barren! It must be fertile with Imaan!

•►”Do you know what he said? Listen carefully my dear brothers and sisters. He said, “I was married to this woman for 19 years and for all these years she has never missed the [late] night prayers except due to an authorized excuse. I have never witnessed her backbiting, gossiping, or lying. Whenever I leave home or return, she opens the door, supplicates for me, and receives me hospitably. And in everything she does, she demonstrates the utmost love, care, courtesy, and compassion.

•►” The man completed by saying, “Indeed, doctor, because of all the noble manners and affection with which she treats me, I’m shy to lift up my eyes and look at her. So I said to him: “And the likes of her truly deserve that from you.”

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Quote Post Sun, Jun. 30, 2013 1,683 notes

“You can’t just pretend that the things you watch, and the things you hear, and the places you go will not have an impact on your character. They will.”


Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan (via bandaidcannothelpacorpse) . (via idayumumtaz)

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Video Post Mon, Jun. 17, 2013 11,243 notes

arwanaurah:

akumuhaimin:

-akumuhaimin.tumblr.com :’)

while reblogging this, my 4 y/o sister, basirah came to me and asked, “kakwa, gambar ape tu? bakpe dia nangis? ceritalah”. it’s inexplicable. it’s hard to tell, how everyone prays to die in this kind of situation. this life is only temporary, dik. but, hanya jari menari menyusun kata, tapi usaha langsung tak ada. *headshot* *lap air mata*

..and I’m still afraid of how to face sakaratul maut.

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Video Post Mon, Jun. 17, 2013 1,801 notes

JJ oppah!

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Video Post Mon, Jun. 17, 2013 349,877 notes

imperfectwriting:

I went to the mall, and a little girl called me a terrorist. 

My name is Ela.  I am seventeen years old.  I am not Muslim, but my friend told me about her friend being discriminated against for wearing a hijab.  So I decided to see the discrimination firsthand to get a better understanding of what Muslim women go through. 

My friend and I pinned scarves around our heads, and then we went to the mall.  Normally, vendors try to get us to buy things and ask us to sample a snack.  Clerks usually ask us if we need help, tell us about sales, and smile at us.  Not today.  People, including vendors, clerks, and other shoppers, wouldn’t look at us.  They didn’t talk to us.  They acted like we didn’t exist.  They didn’t want to be caught staring at us, so they didn’t look at all. 

And then, in one store, a girl (who looked about four years old) asked her mom if my friend and I were terrorists.  She wasn’t trying to be mean or anything.  I don’t even think she could have grasped the idea of prejudice.  However, her mother’s response is one I can never forgive or forget.  The mother hushed her child, glared at me, and then took her daughter by the hand and led her out of the store. 

All that because I put a scarf on my head.  Just like that, a mother taught her little girl that being Muslim was evil.  It didn’t matter that I was a nice person.  All that mattered was that I looked different.  That little girl may grow up and teach her children the same thing. 

This experiment gave me a huge wakeup call.  It lasted for only a few hours, so I can’t even begin to imagine how much prejudice Muslim girls go through every day.  It reminded me of something that many people know but rarely remember: the women in hijabs are people, just like all those women out there who aren’t Muslim. 

People of Tumblr, please help me spread this message.  Treat Muslims, Jews, Christians, Buddhists, Hindus, Pagans, Taoists, etc., exactly the way you want to be treated, regardless of what they’re wearing or not wearing, no exceptions.  Reblog this.  Tell your friends.  I don’t know that the world will ever totally wipe out prejudice, but we can try, one blog at a time.  

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Photo Post Mon, Jun. 17, 2013 2 notes

nadeeeeeendc:

I trust in Your will and power Ya Allah. :’) #InShaaAllah #instarepost from @yanna_me84

nadeeeeeendc:

I trust in Your will and power Ya Allah. :’) #InShaaAllah #instarepost from @yanna_me84

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Photo Post Wed, Apr. 17, 2013 1 note

@ the #study #hall. Took a camera break. Hahah!

@ the #study #hall. Took a camera break. Hahah!





1st day in our room-slash-JAIL. Kidding~! conducive for learning, eh? We just hope it is. Haha! I better post as many pics as i can before this phone gets #confiscated. Wish us luck!! Allah bless us all~! :D :D -#Maan    photo by: #Hapee

1st day in our room-slash-JAIL. Kidding~! conducive for learning, eh? We just hope it is. Haha! I better post as many pics as i can before this phone gets #confiscated. Wish us luck!! Allah bless us all~! :D :D -#Maan photo by: #Hapee





The #traitors! Inspired by #Team #Gwang #Soo. Haha Mianhae chingus~ @vhynehbasher0214 and @leehyan9292 &lt;3 (at Diner Dash, Bangon, Marawi City)

The #traitors! Inspired by #Team #Gwang #Soo. Haha Mianhae chingus~ @vhynehbasher0214 and @leehyan9292 <3 (at Diner Dash, Bangon, Marawi City)



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